Exhibit Concept Development
David Lenk


Norfolk, Virginia

Nauticus was the venue for the first exhibit of artifacts recovered from the RMS Titanic in the United States.

The entire 6,000 square foot exhibit was conceived, developed and installed by Explus in ten weeks.

This effort required concurrent development of content with case work; the case housing the starboard stern telegraph contained two tons of aqueous solution along with the artifact itself.

David Lenk developed the concept, graphics and lighting, designed the modular exhibit furniture, selected images and negotiated use rights, directed the writing of the script and created a storyboard for an A/V presentation.


Concept Development